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Goose Island IPA 12 x 355ml Cases reduced to £11.25 Tesco instore

£11.25 @ Tesco
Tesco Extra Stevenage has cases of Goose Island IPA 12 x 355ml Bottles showing as Reduced to Clear for the price of £11.25 Odd as they only started stocking these just before Christmas, cases would… Read More
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5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago
Tesco Extra Stevenage has cases of Goose Island IPA 12 x 355ml Bottles showing as Reduced to Clear for the price of £11.25

Odd as they only started stocking these just before Christmas, cases wouldnt actually scan so assistant took a photo of the shelf edge label barcode and scanned that.
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2 Likes #1
Was drinking this stuff in the Hard Rock Vegas. Think this is were it all went wrong
1 Like #2
Goose Island: AB InBev bandwagon brand.

Nice enough beer though, and better than wasting your money on their rice beer.
Good deal.
2 Likes #3
Noticed the other day that Blue Moon in Tesco is now brewed in the UK, no biggie except they are charging the same price as they were for the imported stuff yet the bottles have shrunk from 355ml to 330ml....
2 Likes #4
I'm conviced God is trying to tell me Dry January is a bad idea.
1 Like #5
Lovely stuff.. I tried going back to the old rubbish I used to drink that you see on the average pumps in bars, had to pour it away. Got a free bottle of Cobra with an Indian takeaway the other night too - couldn't drink it.

Craft beer FTW!
1 Like #6
Nothing in my local Tesco

Perhaps a..................... http://www.conlanschool.com/it/files/wild_goose_chase.jpg

;-)

Edited By: bailey87 on Jan 17, 2017 12:04
#7
androoski
Goose Island: AB InBev bandwagon brand.
Nice enough beer though, and better than wasting your money on their rice beer.
Good deal.

I tried it over Christmas and found it incredibly bland, nothing like a decent IPA. Didn't realise it was a "pretend" brand though - that probably explains!

Good price though if you do like it
2 Likes #8
Goose Island Brewery is a brewery in Chicago, Illinois, that began as a single brewpub opened in 1988 in Lincoln Park, Chicago, and named after a nearby island. The larger brewery opened in 1995, and a second brewpub, in Wrigleyville, in 1999.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goose_Island_Brewery
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RAFAVDV
Goose Island Brewery is a brewery in Chicago, Illinois, that began as a single brewpub opened in 1988 in Lincoln Park, Chicago, and named after a nearby island. The larger brewery opened in 1995, and a second brewpub, in Wrigleyville, in 1999.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goose_Island_Brewery
missing the vital part of that Wiki entry...

In 2011, Goose Island was sold to Anheuser-Busch InBev...Greg Hall stepped down as brewmaster with the AB InBev purchase in 2011
#10
RAFAVDV
Noticed the other day that Blue Moon in Tesco is now brewed in the UK, no biggie except they are charging the same price as they were for the imported stuff yet the bottles have shrunk from 355ml to 330ml....
Yea been the case for a while , I dont bother with it anymore . Was also surprised to learn the same thing about Samuel Adams beer .
#11
filcee
RAFAVDV
Goose Island Brewery is a brewery in Chicago, Illinois, that began as a single brewpub opened in 1988 in Lincoln Park, Chicago, and named after a nearby island. The larger brewery opened in 1995, and a second brewpub, in Wrigleyville, in 1999.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goose_Island_Brewery
missing the vital part of that Wiki entry...
In 2011, Goose Island was sold to Anheuser-Busch InBev...Greg Hall stepped down as brewmaster with the AB InBev purchase in 2011
Agreed but the IPA was around before then.
#12
schnide
Lovely stuff.. I tried going back to the old rubbish I used to drink that you see on the average pumps in bars, had to pour it away. Got a free bottle of Cobra with an Indian takeaway the other night too - couldn't drink it.
Craft beer FTW!
Well I love the real ale but I have to say that Cobra goes lovely with Indian food.
#13
Decent ale considering it's quite common and easy to get hold of. Hot!
#14
have the Wheat version in our Tesco in Longton down to £7.50 on clearance
#15
bigbaz
schnide
Lovely stuff.. I tried going back to the old rubbish I used to drink that you see on the average pumps in bars, had to pour it away. Got a free bottle of Cobra with an Indian takeaway the other night too - couldn't drink it.
Craft beer FTW!
Well I love the real ale but I have to say that Cobra goes lovely with Indian food.

That's what I used to think myself. But it was absolutely flavourless (to my palette only, of course!).

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